Research Report on China's Papermaking Industry, 2012

Date: June 26, 2012
Pages: 60
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US$ 2,800.00
Publisher: China Research and Intelligence Co., Ltd.
Report type: Strategic Report
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Research Report on China's Papermaking Industry, 2012
In recent years, China becomes one of the countries with the quickest productivity increase in world’s papermaking industry. Since 2006, the production of China’s machine-made paper and paper boards maintains a steady increase momentum. In 2011, the production reached 110.34 million tons, with an increase of 13.24% YOY. There is a large gap between output and consumption of China’s pulp annually. For paper and paper boards, the productivity continually expands while that of certain paper varieties will be at risk of over productivity. Packaging paper and culture paper are still the priority. China’s chrome paper market suffers from double pressure from the export obstacle and over productivity. The market of news paper markedly declines; in recent two years, the productivity of case boards will largely expands, which will also have such secret worries in the long term.

Although forestry-paper integration is enhanced and it is encouraged to be implemented in enterprises by the government, it still relies on the import of raw materials to a great extent because of the rapid growth of output. The output of most paper products is predicted to basically meet the demand of domestic markets, so the import volume of products is annually on the decrease. Moreover, the export volume of China’s paper products also constantly rises in recent years.

Productivity of China’s paper and paper boards will further expands within the future several years. Meanwhile, with the government’s forceful promotion of energy-saving and emission reduction, a batch of backward productivity will be replaced and new programs will be obviously characterized by the large scale. Various papermaking enterprises continue the expansion, high-end products of papermaking industry will be short and the supply of low-end products will distinctly exceeds demand.

It is predicted that in the future several years, the average annual increase rate of China’s paper and paper board consumption is no less than 5%. The product structure will be continuously optimized, which is adjusted in the direction of light basis weight, functionalization, high quality and multi-variety. The paper product structure with complete functions adapting to different levels and pluralism market demands will be gradually formed.

The uncertainty faced by China’s papermaking industry is estimated to increase in the future several years. The main changes are as follows: the uncertainly of domestic and overseas economic environment; strict trend of environment-protection and industrial polices; short supply of most products; fluctuation of the price change of raw materials; quickening of industrial consolidation; oversupply of productivity, and so on.

The papermaking industry is a capital-intensive industry, so papermaking enterprises must follow the scale and international roads to realize the rapid development or they are easy to be eliminated. Accompanied by the structure adjustment of papermaking industry and in the pursuit of emerging regional markets, with the further integration of supply chain, it is predicted that the merger and acquisition of China’s papermaking industry will endlessly proceed in the following years.

China becomes the largest production and consumption country of paper and paper boards in the world. In terms of consumption level per capita, China’s paper products have a great gap compared with global advanced level, particularly levels of developed countries. There is still a large space for the development of China’s papermaking industry.

More following information can be acquired through this report:
  • Production and Demand of China’s Papermaking Industry
  • Market Competition of China’s Papermaking Industry
  • Import and Export of China’s Paper Products
  • Key Enterprises of China’s Papermaking Industry
  • Current Raw Material Situation of China’s Papermaking Industry
  • Policy Environment Faced by China’s Papermaking Industry
  • Analysis on Development of China’s Papermaking Industry
Following people are recommended to buy this report:
  • Papermaking Enterprises
  • Paper Product/Pulp Traders
  • Papermaking Equipment Vendors
  • Investors and Research Institutions Focusing on China’s Papermaking Industry
1 BASIC INFORMATION OF CHINA’S PAPERMAKING INDUSTRY

1.1 Definition and Classification
  1.1.1 Definition
  1.1.2 Classification
1.2 Positioning in National Economy-Basic Raw Material Industry
1.3 Industry Features
  1.3.1 High Input
  1.3.2 Closely Related to Economic Cycle
  1.3.3 Severe Pollution
  1.3.4 Low Production Concentration

2 DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT OF CHINA’S PAPERMAKING INDUSTRY, 2012-2013

2.1 Economic Environment
  2.1.1 China Economy
  2.1.2 Global Economy
2.2 Policy Environment
  2.2.1 Key Policies
  2.2.2 Policy Development Trend
2.3 Technological Environment
  2.3.1 Labor Productivity
  2.3.2 Technological Development Trend

3 SUPPLY OF CHINA’S PAPERMAKING INDUSTRY, 2011-2012

3.1 Output
3.2 Supply Structure
  3.2.1 Pulp
  3.2.2 Machine-made Paper and Paper Boards
  3.2.3 News Paper
  3.2.4 Uncoated Printing Writing Paper
  3.2.5 Case Boards
  3.2.6 Coated Printing Paper
  3.2.7 Body Paper of Toilet Paper

4 DEMAND OF CHINA’S PAPERMAKING MARKET, 2011-2012

4.1 Demand Overview
  4.1.1 Sales Revenue
  4.1.2 Consumption
4.2 Demand Structure
4.3 Analysis and Prediction on Prices
  4.3.1 Analysis on China’s Paper Price, 2011-2012
  4.3.2 Prediction on Trend of Paper Price

5 IMPORT AND EXPORT OF CHINA’S PAPERMAKING INDUSTRY

5.1 Import
  5.1.1 Import Volume
  5.1.2 Import Amount
  5.1.3 Import Trend
5.2 Export
  5.2.1 Export Situation
  5.2.2 Export Trend

6 ANALYSIS ON COMPETITION OF CHINA’S PAPERMAKING INDUSTRY, 2011-2012

6.1 Barriers to Entry and Exit
  6.1.1 Barriers to Entry
  6.1.2 Barriers to Exit
6.2 Industry Competition Structure
  6.2.1 Upstream Suppliers
  6.2.2 Competition in Existing Enterprises
  6.2.3 Bargaining Power of Downstream Users
  6.2.4 New Entrants
  6.2.5 Substitutes

7 SUB-INDUSTRIES OF PAPERMAKING INDUSTRY, 2011-2012

7.1 Pulp Manufacturing
  7.1.1 Industry Scale
  7.1.2 Production
  7.1.3 Demand
  7.1.4 Development Trend
7.2 Papermaking
  7.2.1 Industry Scale
  7.2.2 Production
  7.2.3 Demand
  7.2.4 Demand Trend
7.3 Paper Product Manufacture

8 KEY ENTERPRISES OF CHINA’S PAPERMAKING INDUSTRY, 2011-2012

8.1 Nine Dragons Paper (Holdings) Co., Ltd.
8.2 Shandong Chenming Paper Group Co., Ltd.
8.3 Lee & Man Paper Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
8.4 Huatai Group Co., Ltd.
8.5 Shandong Sun Paper Industry Co., Ltd.
8.6 Gold East Paper (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd.
8.7 China National Paper Industry Investment Corporation
8.8 Ningbo Zhonghua Paper Industry Co., Ltd.
8.9 MCC Paper Group Co., Ltd.
8.10 Shandong Bohui Paper Co., Ltd.
8.11 Longchen Paper (China) Holdings Co., Ltd.

9 PREDICTION ON DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTMENT OF CHINA’S PAPERMAKING INDUSTRY, 2012-2016

9.1 Factors Influencing Development
  9.1.1 Economic Situation
  9.1.2 Policy Factor
  9.1.3 Supply and Demand
9.2 Prediction on Development Trend
  9.2.1 Supply Prediction
  9.2.2 Demand Prediction
9.3 Investment Opportunities
  9.3.1 Investment Opportunities of Regions
  9.3.2 Investment Opportunities of Sub-industries
9.4 Development Suggestions
  9.4.1 Enhancement of Resource Control
  9.4.2 Product Upgrade

SELECTED CHARTS

Chart Classification of Papermaking Industry and Sub-industries
Chart Proportion of Total Output Value of China’s Papermaking Industry in GDP, 2007-2011
Chart Key Policies of China’s Papermaking Industry, 2011-2012
Chart Average Labor Productivity of China’s Papermaking Industry, 2007-2011
Chart Output of China’s Papermaking and Paper Products, 2006-2011
Chart Output of China’s Pulp, 2007-2011
Chart Output of China’s News Paper, 2007-2011
Chart Sales Revenue of China’s Papermaking Industry, 2007-2011
Chart Apparent Consumption of China’s Pulp, 2007-2011
Chart Apparent Consumption of China’s Machine-made Paper and Paper Boards, 2009-2011
Chart Import Volume of China’s Waste Paper, 2007-2011
Chart Import Value of China’s Pulp, 2007-2011
Chart Export Volume of Major Products of China’s Papermaking Industry, 2010-2011
Chart Output of Paper and Paper Boards of Nine Dragons Paper (Holdings) Co., Ltd., 2007-2011
Chart Scale Requirements for New Establishment and Expansion Projects of China’s Papermaking Industry
Chart Prediction on Sales Revenue of China’s Papermaking Industry, 2012-2016
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